Deposit Z9 - Professional Radio and Electronics Institute of Australasia deposit 2

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Professional Radio and Electronics Institute of Australasia deposit 2


  • 1950 - 1982 (Creation)

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125 boxes

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(1934 - 1992)

Biographical history

The Professional Radio Employees' Institute of Australasia was a renaming of the earlier Radio-Telegraphists Institute of Australasia which had started as the Radio-Telegraphists (Marine) Institute of Australasia in 1916. In 1975 the name changed to the Professional Radio and Electronics Institute of Australasia, and then in 1992 it amalgamated with other public sector unions to eventually form part of the Community and Public Sector Union in 1994.

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This deposit contains correspondence files, circulars, arbitration material and some membership and financial records. It includes both Head Office and New South Wales Division records.


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Researchers must sign an access agreement.

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Dates of creation revision deletion

Entered from deposit description on 2 October 2012




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